Gay May Day March

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Title

Gay May Day March

Subject

The Gay May Day March, 1971

Description

In 1971, a large march, including a women's march and anti war march were planned for May 1st. Gay Liberation Front, the grassroots militant organization that grew out of the Stonewall rebellion, organized to include a Gay May Day Contingent in protests both in New York and Washington D.C.

Creator

Uncredited

Source

The LGBT Community Center National History Archive, Rudy Grillo Collection (#3).

Publisher

NA

Date

May 1, 1971

Contributor

Rudy Grillo

Rights

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Relation

The LGBT Community Center National History Archive, Rudy Grillo Collection (#3). .Box 2, folder 62.

Format

JPEG

Language

English

Type

Photograph

Identifier

P1020764 GMD

Coverage

NA

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Original Format

Photograph

Physical Dimensions

5x7 inches

Files

P1020764 GMD.jpg

Citation

Uncredited, “Gay May Day March,” Stonewall: Riot, Rebellion, Activism and Identity, accessed November 24, 2017, https://stonewallhistory.omeka.net/items/show/61.

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